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Andrey Prikaznov03/08/13
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MP3 Player with HTML5

We are about to tell you how to create your own html5 mp3 player. For the first lesson, we are going to tell you about HTML5 Audio Element.

Catalin Red03/08/13
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Horizontal centering using CSS fit-content value

Recently, I found out that Firefox and Chrome both support intrinsic widths and one of the most interesting value for width seems to be the fit-content one.

Christopher Bennage03/07/13
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Building a Game With JavaScript: Making Things Move

The game we’re building will have waves of enemy ships fly in to attack the player’s units. Let’s begin by making a simple enemy as well as some dummy targets for them to attack.

Niels Matthijs03/07/13
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HTML's Black Sheep, The A Element, Is Broken

The implementation of links (the html a-element) has been broken since the very beginning of the web and with the addition of block-level links things only got worse.

Paul Underwood03/07/13
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WordPress: Reset The Post Data

If you are developing a WordPress theme then you would understand all about the WordPress loop. This is the code that is used to display the posts on the correct screen that you are currently on.

jb j03/07/13
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HTML5 code snippets to take your website to the next level

HTML5 is the newest revision, and by far the most interesting, of the Hyper Text Markup Language. is In this article I have compiled awesome HTML5 code snippets to take your website to the next level.

Robert Maclean03/06/13
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Visual Studio 2012 - LightSwitch: The selected project was created by a newer version...

You may have run into this annoying dialog when creating an HTML application with Visual Studio 2012 LightSwitch after installing Update 2 CTP 4.

Chris Smith03/06/13
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CoffeeScript 1.6 Source Maps

Almost a year after CoffeeScript Love's original post, CoffeeScript 1.6.1 now supports source maps via the --map compiler option!

Anoop Madhusudanan03/06/13
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AutoCommand For MVVM – More tricks With Lambdas and CallerMemberName

A few days back I ranted about Lamdba Patterns in C# and Init Time branching. I also had a generally insane example regarding Init Time branching using CallerMemberName attribute, and got few comments about the usefulness (or the lack of the same).

Raymond Camden03/06/13
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PhoneGap Sample - Diary (Database and Camera support)

Last week a reader wrote in with an interesting problem. They had a simple application that made use of PhoneGap's database support. They wanted to add camera support as well. Their idea was that a picture could be associated with their content. But then they ran into this issue:

Allen Coin03/05/13
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DZone Links You Don't Want To Miss (3/5/13)

Today: The Mars Rover gets a BSOD, Chicago moves to GitHub, The Pirate Bay moves to North Korea (allegedly), and 4 Reasons Why It's Hard to Find Good Developers.

Brian Rinaldi03/05/13
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Best of JavaScript, HTML & CSS

A lot of great tutorials and new or updated projects this week.

Paul Underwood03/05/13
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Adding A Help Tab To WordPress

To add a new help tab to a page you first need to assign an action on the load event of a page.

Mikko Ohtamaa03/05/13
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Javascript autocompletions and having one for Sublime Text 2

Autocompletion is major software development productivity booster in modern programming text editors. This article discuss about Javascript autocompletion and how to make Sublime Text 2 editor to support them.

Anders Abel03/05/13
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More on this in JavaScript

There’s more to this in JavaScript than I showed last time. Time for more details on methods, closures and the global object.

Toni Petrina03/04/13
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Look Ma’, I Redesigned Facebook!

After reading Simple user styles I immediately downloaded Stylish (Chrome extension) and started messing around with Facebook. I always found UI filled with unnecessary stuff and I could finally remove certain parts (i.e. hide them).

Karl Agius03/04/13
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Easy CSS Management and Spriting With Sass and Compass

Today we’re going to look at command directives and a few basic spriting helpers.

Kristiono Setyadi03/04/13
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Playing with Audio in HTML5

Recently, we had a little challenge on how to record our own voice using microphone with a very minimum effort from the user and store it in the cloud.

Jalpesh Vadgama03/04/13
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Page inspector in Visual Studio 2012

In this blog post we are going to learn about a new feature of Visual Studio 2012 called “Page Inspector."

David Isbitski03/03/13
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Windows 8 Game Kit updated with Settings Panel

One of the more common tasks you will be required to do in your Windows Store App is add a privacy policy. This is especially true if you have enabled certain capabilities like the WebCam. I have updated the Win8GameKit with a quick and easy example of how to add a settings panel to your own games.

David Isbitski03/03/13
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The UTF-8 file encoding test detected the following errors in Windows App Cert Kit

If you are getting this error message when running the Windows App Certification Kit you most likely are using a JavaScript file from the Web that has been encoded differently.

Raymond Camden03/02/13
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Code Puzzler: Color Rotator

Your client wants their web site to make use of a rotating color background. Your goal is to write a UDF that accepts a date and selects a color.

Tomasz Dziurko03/02/13
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Twitter Bootstrap Navbar as AngularJS component

In this post I am going to show how externalize Twitter Bootstrap Navbar into a separate, flexible AngularJS component. Everything should be easy to follow and repeat.

Reza Rahman03/01/13
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Ashwin Rao on HTML5/NetBeans 7.3

As you may know, NetBeans 7.3 is creating quite a buzz in the community. Ashwin is one of the key folks driving NetBeans forward. He talks with Roger Brinkley about the HTML 5 landscape.

Niels Matthijs03/01/13
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Code Layouting: There is no Standard

Over and over again we try to define a structure that is supposed to be "readable" and "optimal," but somehow we fail to see the real problem (and with it, the only sensible solution).